Who is Deirdre Baggot and what kind of work has she done for the healthcare field?
Baggot is a well-educated woman who has an MBA, a BSN certification, and a Ph.D. From working as a nurse at Chicago’s Northwestern Memorial Hospital to being appointed to reviewing Medicare and Medicaid plans, Deirdre M. Baggot is a versatile professional and is used to working hard for everything.
In a recent interview with Ideamensch, Baggot said it is important to “tell it like it is”, even if telling the truth meant you lost a certain client or job.
In this same interview, Baggot says one trend she is onboard with is the idea of wearables to reduce medical errors made in hospitals and doctor’s offices. Baggot goes on to say how important it is to increase the safety of hospitals in America. She also cites statistics of how many people die in the US each year due to infections that they acquired from the hospital. Visit ideamensch.com to learn more about Baggot
During the Ideamensch interview, Deirdre Baggot gives some of her best advice as an entrepreneur.
She says to always be the hardest working person in the room and that it is important to research an idea as much as you possibly can. Another interesting piece of advice that Baggot gives in this interview is that it is possible to not meet a deadline if you overcommit to it. She goes on to share her favorite quote by Maya Angelou and lists some of her favorite apps for productivity as Quickbooks and Readdle.
Deirdre Baggot is from the Greater Denver Area.
Currently, she works as a healthcare business strategist. In the past, Baggot has worked for companies such as ECG Management Consultants, GE Healthcare Partners, SCL Health, University of Michigan Health System, and at Northwestern Memorial Hospital as a nurse. Her schooling includes the Wharton School, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Quinlan School of Business, and the University of Colorado.
Baggot has developed strategies for around 200 hospitals in the country. She is an expert in reviewing bundled healthcare plans for Medicare and Medicaid and has been published regarding this topic. Learn more: http://www.acc.org/latest-in-cardiology/articles/2016/09/22/15/15/business-consult